Air Stairs/VIP Lift/Crew Ladders

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Airstairs - VIP Lift

VIP Lift
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Aerocon’s Airstairs VIP Lift provide a VIP-class boarding experience without the need for ground support equipment.

Standard features:

Airstair-VIP Lift, during deployment. Click for larger picture. Airstair-VIP Lift, during deployment. Click for larger picture.

Aerocon Airstairs VIP Lift for all varieties of aircraft models B747-8, B777, B767, B787, A330, A340, A350, A380
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Aerocon Airstairs VIP Lift for all varieties of aircraft models B747-8, B777, B767, B787, A330, A340, A350, A380
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Airstairs


Boeing 767 Aft (stowed position)
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STC’d air stairs are available for the following aircraft:

Boeing 737 BBJ Aft Airstair (deployed position)
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Currently, Aerocon is the only company offering air stairs on many of these models.

Each stair shares common design features for easy scalability into other applications. The unit is mounted to the cabin floor and deploys through the desired door. The air stair is stowed in its own closet, so as not to obstruct the door when ground support equipment is being used.

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Aerocon's Boeing B737 airstairs replacement

Boeing 737 Airstairs Replacement
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Aerocon’s Boeing B737 airstairs replacement was designed and developed for Boeing per their own specifications and approval.


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Crew Ladders


Boeing 777 Crew Ladder (stowed position)
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Aerocon manufactures crew ladders for various aircraft.

Typical ladder installations deploy through access hatches, and have telescoping styles in order to minimize installation space requirements. Crew ladders are available for:


Boeing 777 Crew Ladder (deployed position)
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Many crew ladders are hydraulic, rather than mechanical, for quieter, more reliable operation.

The polished metal and china white color scheme complements and accentuates the aircraft's exterior image.

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